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I taught a girl named Anouk who was born in the 1980s. She said that her parents believed it to be an Inuit name but had no idea where they had found it. Since they are English-speaking South Africans, it must surely have been in a book of some kind.
-- Anneza  6/21/2006
Also short for 'Anouska', I do believe. :)
-- Surreal  3/3/2007
I think the Inuit name everyone's searching for here is Nanook, as in "Nanook of the North", the first feature-length documentary filmed in the silent movie era. "Nanook" means "polar bear" in the Inuit language.
-- leananshae  12/31/2007
I named my daughter Anouk. It means "snowflake" in Inuit (spoken in Canada).
-- Anonymous User  1/14/2013

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